Ziegler, Johann Andreas
Ziegler, Johann Andreas, b. Meiningen, Germany, July 11, 1749, d. Vienna, March 18, 1802 (suicide), graphic artist. Came from a poor family, was able to study at the Academy of Fine Art in Vienna through support from Count Franz Josef Thun and owing to his Masonic connections. Known especially for his series of views of Vienna, "Collection de 50 vues de la ville de Vienne" (1779ff.), which he created with Carl Schütz and Laurenz Janscha for the Artaria publishing house.